Highlights of the NPHS Class of 2012
On June 13, close to 1,000 students from the Class of 2012 officially joined the network of Alumni of North Penn High School. This year’s class has certainly proven itself in continuing with the tradition of excelling in academics and extracurricular activities.
Throughout the school year, members of the Class of 2012 helped their sport teams win state titles, demonstrated their extraordinary talent in musical productions, concerts and art shows, volunteered countless hours to help the community and individuals in need, and received multiple accolades in academic competitions.
Other highlights from the Class of 2012 include the debut of the student newspaper, The Knight Crier, as an electronic publication and receiving first place in the Best Website category from the Student Keystone Press Awards. Also, during the 2011-2012 school year, North Penn High School was named in the top 1,000 schools in the country by Newsweek magazine and was recognized by The Washington Post as one of the top high schools in the nation in its annual report, “The High School Challenge.” Another proud achievement of the Class of 2012 is that the NPHS Advanced Placement program earned the high school the distinction of having 197 AP scholars with an average score of 4.23 out of 5.
NPHS Class of 2012 members described some of their favorite memories as finally being able to have driving privileges, driving to Hersey to watch the North Penn Knights football team play in a snowy State Championship game, spending four days with friends and staff members in Walt Disney World for the senior class trip, attending the Senior Prom with the theme of “The Last Dance,” and, the most memorable experience from the year, walking onto Crawford Stadium for commencement.
To see what commencement looked like for the class of 2012, please click here.